the maze pt. II

the maze pt. II

lara nasser's blog | people and things, made of things (and sometimes people)

The Sandwich

Birch plywood, acrylic paint, newspapers, personal items

17.75” x 45” x 15”

2014

Architectures of urban transportation can inflict the brushing of sweaty elbows. Locked in a moving object with a common goal, we politely resist the undesired intimacy.

Fixed disparities: let’s play

Pine, upholstery fabric, steel dowels, acrylic paint, marker

46 3/8” x 107” x 40”

Jerry

Jerry

The Fold, The Clasp, The Wring, The Twiddle

Ink and pencil on paper

8.5 x 14” each

2014

Train Observation #11. April 23rd 2014. Why do we all have our hands together, in our crotches?

Laundry day

Laundry day

BACK ON TUMBLR AFTER A LONG SEMESTER.
Lots of new work to be posted soon, stay tuned ;)


prox·e·mics
Copper plumbing pipe, pencil, latex paint on wood
2013-14

\präk-ˈsē-miks\
:  the study of the nature, degree, and effect of the spatial separation individuals naturally maintain (as in various social and interpersonal situations) and of how this separation relates to environmental and cultural factors

BACK ON TUMBLR AFTER A LONG SEMESTER.

Lots of new work to be posted soon, stay tuned ;)

prox·e·mics

Copper plumbing pipe, pencil, latex paint on wood

2013-14

\präk-ˈsē-miks\

:  the study of the nature, degree, and effect of the spatial separation individuals naturally maintain (as in various social and interpersonal situations) and of how this separation relates to environmental and cultural factors

MFA open studios

Collaborative video piece with Alexandra Kostakis on language, semantic saturation, repetition, and transformative sound. Will upload video soon!